Invenias is the leading platform trusted by professionals responsible for executive search and strategic hiring globally. Our customers include executive search and strategic recruitment firms, in-house executive recruitment teams, and executive talent organizations within Private Equity firms.
Head-quartered in the UK the company employs 65 staff across the US, EMEA and APAC and supports over 1,000 customers around the world. The company was founded in 2005 by David Grundy and Richard Harrison. With backgrounds in technology and strategic hiring they recognized the demand for easy to use software and the opportunity for technology to drive innovation and create value for customers. With backing from MMC Ventures since 2013 the company generates $10 million a year in revenues, is profitable, and continues to grow at a rate of 25% per year.
Executive search firms, strategic recruiters, in-house executive hiring teams and PE firms all use Invenias to identify key talent.
Invenias have offices and data centers worldwide and offer free 24/5 support to all users. You can always speak to someone locally.
We value a close relationship with our customers, all of whom have the opportunity to feed ideas into the future of the platform.
Founded in 2005, Invenias is the world’s largest cloud-based platform provider for executive and strategic hiring.
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With the May 2018 deadline fast approaching, the Invenias GDPR Breakfast Briefing offered attendees practical advice and guidance on how to prepare for the new legislation. The event also offered a sn…
With the implementation date for GDPR fast approaching – 25 May 2018 for those who don’t have it imprinted on their brain already - many firms are gearing up for the change.
Ahead of exploring this topic in more detail in next month’s webinar, we sat down with Invenias CFO Andy Warren, to condense the 88-page legislation into three key points that in-house executive searc…